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"Jesus Loves Me"

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If there's anything more disturbing than the provisions of Obamacare, it may just be the sycophantic loyalty displayed by some of his supporters. It seems many are willing to suspend any amount of reason and commonsense for the sake of "change". This is about that type of blind faith. It's admittedly a bit inane... If you can sing it in a high-pitched childish voice, so much the better.
Need a Health Plan, this I know
‘Cause Obama told me so
Little can he do that’s wrong
Our allegiance will stay strong

To Prez Obama
B.H. Obama
We love Obama
Whatever he says, goes.

Stimulus is on a roll
Everybody’s on the dole
I’ll be happy as can be
With Big Brother over me

Thank you, Obama
And sidekick Rahm-a
POTUS, High Llama,
You speak it, it is so.

Please don’t bother me with facts
(of) rationed care or increased tax
Reid/Pelosi know what’s best
As their “hope” and “change” attest

Prezzie Obama
Cares just like Mama
Tax, Spend-o-Rama
More seeds of welfare sow

I’ve no worry—not one whit
For the staggering deficit
Better days will soon be nigh
Every need “O” will supply

Hail to Obama
Slicker or Farm-ah
All love Obama
The White House tells me so.

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Mark Scotti - July 28, 2009 - Report this comment
Sychophant is a PERFECT word for this. I have NEVER seen such adoration for a president that has not yet proven himself one bit to improve the country! "Checks and Balances"....we need "Check and Balances"... AND a wonderful parody such as this to remind us of it!!!
Guy - July 28, 2009 - Report this comment
The execurive, the legislative and the judicial are the three powers that do the checks and balances. They seem to be askew. Their is a little realized fourth entity that should be doing checks and balances and that is the mainstream news people and journalists. They are falling down on the job and instead of being part of the solution they are part of the problem. There is no one to hold anyones feet to the fire if the press does not act responsibly. I agree with Mark - great OS choice.
Andria - July 28, 2009 - Report this comment
Agreed with Mark and Guy! I used to like Obama, but I finally saw the light, and realized that he is not really what one would call President material, at least in this country. Maybe he would be better suited to somewhere in Europe, or maybe he should just give up politics. 5s.
blackjack21 - July 28, 2009 - Report this comment
You nailed it Fiddlegirl, good job. But you left Oprah out? Oh wait! I see it, "Every need “O” will supply" OK, I feel better now. ;-)
Andy Primus - July 28, 2009 - Report this comment
Don't normally comment on US political parodies (I'm English) but I wanted to let you know I left a comment on your Major General that you might find helpful - pacing here was great by the way
Old Man Ribber - July 28, 2009 - Report this comment
Hallelujah! I see the lights...and they say 5-5-5! I envy your ability to cut through the garbage with childlike simplicity and innocence. ;D
Fiddlegirl - July 28, 2009 - Report this comment
Thanks, Mark and Guy-- and "Amen" to the need for checks and balances, as well as journalistic integrity. Andria: What? Give up politics?! With all the perks... not to mention the magazine covers??? ;) BJ21: There IS a pretty strong connection and parallel, isn't there? Andy: Thanks for the comment-- I have an "index" now! :) OMR: I don't know that I'll ever possess a pundit's acumen... but I know enough to recognize when someone's peeing on my leg and trying to tell me it's raining, to coin an old phrase! ;)
Tommy Turtle - July 28, 2009 - Report this comment

'Twixt the philosophy, the referential span of quotations at thine comment to mine post today, the wit, and the vocabulary, has TT found a pair-ody Internet soulmate? 555+++, and btw, hoped you might enjoy TT's reply to your comment at the Dr. Seussody,

The beauty mark on this gorgeous face, as expressed by Ogden Nash:

A one-L'd lama is a priest
A two-L'd llama is a beast
But you can bet your cat's pajama
You'll never see a three-L'd lllama

Hello, Dalai! .... a beauty mark to show that the perfection is real and natural. :) :) :)
AFW - July 28, 2009 - Report this comment
Fine spoofing
Fiddlegirl - July 28, 2009 - Report this comment
Thanks, AFW! And TT-- haha! Oops... although, now that you mention it...Is the President High Priest? Is the President a beast? He could be bits of both, you know. Yes, indeed, it could be so. ;)
Tommy Turtle - July 28, 2009 - Report this comment
Did Tommy pick a little nit?
And did the Fiddle run with it?
Continuing our game, she quotes
From Seuss, upon whom this pair dotes. :)

btw, inner secret of the AIR Closa Nostril: If you want to put line breaks in your comments or poems or poetic comments, type the left angle bracket (shift+comma on my US laptop keyboard), the letters BR, and the right angle bracket, shift+period (ditto). No spaces. For a new paragraph with a blank line in between, just type that twice. IIRC, it works in upper case only, so I think I can do a live demo in lower case without it being parsed as an actual line break, not that you need the demo. If if works, just change the lower case to caps, and, viola! (What's the country equivalent of a viola? In other words, violin : fiddle as viola : X? Anyway, here goes:
Rats, they changed it to work in lower case - July 28, 2009 - Report this comment
.. as surely my memory couldn't be wrong??

Anyway, < br > without the spaces inside. Voila!
Mark Scotti - July 28, 2009 - Report this comment
Al Gore, Bill Clinton and Barrack Obama go to heaven, God addresses Al first. ''Al, what do you believe in?'' Al replies: "Well, I believe that I won that election, but that it was your will that I did not serve.. And I've come to understand that now.'' God thinks for a second and says: "Very good. Come and sit at my left.'' God then addresses Bill. "Bill, what do you believe in?'' Bill replies: "I believe in forgiveness. I've sinned, but I've never held a grudge against my fellow man, and I hope no grudges are held against me.'' ; God thinks for a second and says: "You are forgiven, my son. Come and sit at my right.'' Then God addresses Barrack. "Barrack, what do you believe in?'' He replies: "I believe you're in my chair."
TT (Third Time) - July 28, 2009 - Report this comment
MARK SCOTTI: Thanks for resuscitating an apropos joke from the Clinton years, although, if IIRC, Last Lady Hillary was the claimer of the Throne in that version. But then again, given how my memory has provably deteriorated from the example above your comment, I've probably got the time and all the parties wrong :-(

Wishing you a sound night's sleep in your barack tonight, knowing Barrack is in command.
Fiddlegirl - July 29, 2009 - Report this comment
Mark: LOL! I hadn't heard that one-- will have to share it with e-mail buddies today TT: So THAT's how that works! Here I thought it might be just another "shell game". (Haha... I kill me...) ;)
@Tommy Turtle - July 29, 2009 - Report this comment
I did it wrong. :(
Trying again
Barry J. Mitchel - July 29, 2009 - Report this comment
I would title this "Obama Tells Me So" with "The Bible Tells Me So" as the OS. The way schoolchildren are brainwashed these days, they would believe and sing the first four stanzas (last four are for adults). 5s4u!
Fiddlegirl - July 29, 2009 - Report this comment
Thx, Barry- you're right. That would've been a much better title! True comments...
Shell Gamer - July 30, 2009 - Report this comment
"(Haha... I kill me...) ;)

That's OK, I kill me too. :)
Now, go take another (line) break.
rob - July 30, 2009 - Report this comment
i'm not supprised" at o-21000 more troops-57 states-dumba and his policies. when he ran and wouldnt mention how he was going to replace God, none of you libs carred, did ya? we all wanted to know where all the $ would come from, but you JUST WANTED TO WIN. enjoy your spoils. 21000 more troops... bail out big businesses and let them file BK... ya oughta be ashamed. at least conservative voters critisise thier bad politicians and DISABLE THEM AT THE POLLS. THANKS COWARDLY IDIOTS.
Below Average Dave - July 30, 2009 - Report this comment
I'm sorry rob, but you seem to forget a number of things here. .

A) The bail outs started under Bush, that was both parties

B) The war started under Bush, and we can't just leave something we started, Obama would be a fool to just arbitrarily pull out after the mess we made--it's like free advertising for Al Qaida to do so. We made a mess, we have to fix it

C) Replacing God? Yeah--I must of missed something there. Just because his views of God are different from your own does not mean he's replacing them.

D) I criticize Obama openly, but I think he's doing a better job than McCain would have done. What's with the assumption that anyone who voted Obama over McCain is against criticizing him and moreover, what makes you think we are all liberals--I just didn't like McCain or Palin, it's that simple. I didn't like their policies or their mind changing games, sorry. . .

E) I don't care what party "wins", McCain scared me period

F) Its funny that you mention the 57 states, which has been explained numerous times, after we had a president who's daily statements became a running joke--even on conservative radio shows and TV (like FOX).

In conclusion, my statement is, Obama has not yet won me over, I don't like the health care bills he's trying to ram through, I didn't agree with the stimulus package, I wish he'd be more conservative with my tax dollars, BUT I think he's doing better than McCain would have done--which is let the same crap that got us into this mess under Clinton and Bush continue, I'm all for knocking the Democrats out of power, but not at the hands of the Republicans. . .build up the Libertarians who are Economically Conservative but Socially Liberal--and I'll support it, but so long as the front running Republicans continue to demonize groups of people--I will not support them, I have voted for republicans in certain races, but based on policies that more closely fits my ideology. I just hope someday I have realistic options to vote for someone who won't waste all our money but truly stays out of our lives as well.
alvin - July 31, 2009 - Report this comment
rob - August 01, 2009 - Report this comment
below ave dave and all others who enable idiots and socialists; odumba is a big boy, he can stop the war libs said cant be won, a war he was gonna pull troops out of, but no liberals care to mention this, do they, he could have stopped the bail outs - HE GETS THE CREDIT for what he did to it. youre afraid to give him credit for the further demise of america. i hate repubicans. i mention that republican VOTERS have integrity and many went 3rd party or sat it out. i always say STOP ENABLING THESE GOOFS but you still wanna defend odumba. have it your way, enjoy you soon and comming freedom loss and poverty.

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